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    minhua Guest

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    "I am a project management trainer and consultant. PMP Prep is one of the classes I teach and I can say: ‘Move over Rita and ESI.Kim's book rivals these staples of PMP Prep. I will use this book in my courses."
    What does “‘Move over Rita and ESI.’ Kim's book rivals these staples of PMP Prep.” mean here?

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    A 'staple' is a standard text used by almost everyone. This text suggests that the new books are better than the standard ones, written by Rita and ESI.

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